Data Accessibility, Security, and Privacy (Part III)

This is the last in a three-part series on data accessibility, security and privacy. In case you missed it, here’s Part I: Data Accessibility and Part II: Security.

Privacy is final component of our discussion of Clio’s data accessibility, security and privacy strategy.

Privacy is a critical component of online data security, as without a proper privacy policy your Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider could potentially resell or distribute your confidential client data without your permission. Your SaaS provider’s data accessibility policy ensures proper data redundancy measures have been put in place, while your provider’s security statement details how data is properly encryped and protected. However, without a clear privacy policy, the privacy of your own and your client’s data is not guaranteed.

At Clio we have structured our Privacy Policy to align with those of TRUSTe, the internet privacy giant boasting the strongest and most trusted privacy policy model in the business. This ensures that subscribers to Clio enjoy privacy protections in accordance with TRUSTe’s strict privacy principles, and that we respectfully treat all customer information as though were sensitive. Our aim is to assert that information entrusted to the care of Clio is being stored and managed responsibly, and that ownership of said data remains firmly assigned to you – indefinitely.